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about the shooting. >>lear given the physical evidence that no shots were fired by him, there's no gunshot residue, and there's no evidence that the gun near him had been fired. so whoever made that statement was wrong. >> the statement reads in part "this release is not intended to address all questions that exist, but critical issues regarding the investigation, the providing of medical care and aid, lab results, the coroner's report, and independently corroborated facts and circumstances on the scene are addressed through this release." the oakland police department is also under fire from those who say court-man dated reforms are noting implemented. attorneys will now ask for a furthermore takeover of the police department. >> reporter: for more than 9 years, the oakland police department has been under court order to implement reforms. >> the racial profiling, the identification of problem officers, those are all tasks for which they're still not in compliance after 9 years. >> reporter: and the citizens of oakland cannot wait any longer. >> people were dying, people are
the and thunderstorms on way for tuesday. cloudy -- it is quiet and dry. our futurecast shows the .learing sky clouds rolled in -- temperatures tomorrow at 7275 degrees. heavy rain, concentrated mostly west of d.c. that is our forecast for tonight patchy fog. 50's for nighttime lows. extended outlook -- near 80. tuesday and wednesday -- it will o great out there. cloudy skies, areas of rain, rumbles of thunder. clear days on thursday and friday. think the best time in of whether,erms sunshine, ity and is october. tomorrow is october 1. we will be feeling like it is october. another thing true for r is the postseason. we are hoping the nats will go there. that they will win their -- the orioles may have something really special tonight. the first time since 1997. the nationals are returning from rough night in st. louis with the magic number of one. of number one, how #four? that was how good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! righ
. meredith. who is lewis carroll? no. glenn or,200, glenn. who is lear? lear -- edward lear. yes. can i have quoth the poet for $1,600, please? [ beep ] from "le morte d'arthur" by tennyson. glenn. poet for $2,000, please. [ beep ] that would be america's poet, walt whitman. glenn, back to you. how about early american construction for $800, please? erin. what is puerto rico? yes. can i get construction for $1,200, please? [ beep ] and the state is ohio. erin. can i get the nobel peace prize wars for $400, please? who is marshall? george c. marshall is correct. may i have nobel peace prize for $800, please? [ beep ] hard to believe, but adolf hitler was nominated for the peace prize. glenn. nobel peace prize for $1,200, please. glenn. who is kaynes? maynard kaynes, yes. nobel peace prize for $1,600, please. erin. who is jane addams? yes. can i get peace prize for $2,000? [ beep ] gave a great speech called "atoms for peace." back to you, erin. i will take the topic of capricorns for $400. glenn. who is james? no. erin. who is miller? henry miller, yes. i'll take capricorns for $800. answer -
possible. people hearsay leare say learni the past and preparing for the future is the best way to save lives. >>> nato secretary general says it is ready to defend turkey if syria does not stop its cross border attacks. the remark by anders is seen as a warning to bashar al-assad to immediately halt the mortar attacks. >> obviously turkey has a right to defend herself. we have all necessary plans in place to protect and defend turkey. >> rasmussen said that a political solution is the best way to stop the conflict in syria. he called on turkey to show restraint. nato views an attack against a member country as an attack on the alliance as a whole. its members can jointly defend the country. until now nato leaders have repeatedly denied the possibility of military intervention in syria. they have said it could destabilize the rejn. region. >>> the international energy agency predicts iraq's oil production will more than double by 2020 from the current level. the iea made a forecast in a report released on tuesday. the report says that iraq will likely produce 6.1 million barrels of oil
political cartoonists, being cast as the austerity clean. >> le heurea lears, anla merkel is used to getting her picture taken. for the media, the chancellor is a front-pa pture, but she is also a favorite with europe poses political cartoonists. the greek daily showsilar meel telling the greek prime minister to stand at attention. he timidly asks for a bit of wiggle room. the athe newspaper casks -- casts the chancellor in a slightly better light. d in french weekly, a cartoon merkel visits agrees, saying she hopes her reception did not co too much. the berlin-based political journal cicero recounts the encounter with alexander the great. the nobel peace prize for the eu has been another big motif for europe's political cartoonists. the announcement provided plenty of comedic inspiration as france' represented -- representative quick to that they may have won the peace prize but would have to do without the award for economics. in berlin, a peace dove blissfully unaware of the vulture behind it. the scavenger warns europe not to celebrate too soon. the conservative spanish paper shows prote
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. therese o a mustachi estacio --k you. and there is both candidates. the moderator jim lear from pbs and they will talk about domestic issues for 15 minutes. team coverage continues in san francisco with reggie kumar at a debate watch party with president obama supporters. >> this debate watch party at this tumbled nightclub is one of the largest gatherings in the country. this temple nightclub. the line is all the way out to the parking lot with large television screens. with this large cut out cardboard. >> how are we going to progress from here? with jobs. we are at a loss right now. we need some answers and i know that he is going to give us some tonight. >> i would like to talk about the health care policy and why it is so important for the nation today. it is something that is important. >> they are making sure that the president's message is getting out to voters in the swing states. with the presidential debates tonight at 8:00 p.m. >> vicki is in the news room. and vicki, the candidates are just taking the stage. >> yes it is very early. but we saw them walk up to the podium
that with several homebuilr stocks. lear jumped 6.9%, d.r. horn gained 6.2%, and pulte group rose 6%. there was a jump in mortgage applications in the past week, adding to optimism about housing. one more note related to real estate. residential mortgage servicing firm ocwen financial hit a new high all time today. ocwen will spend $750 million in cash and stock to buy a privately held mortgage servicer. ocwen shares have almost tripled in the past year as it has been buying mortgage servicing businesses, managing mortgage payments and foreclosures for lenders. oil prices were falling down even as the u.s. had some encouragg economic news. instead, weak data from europe and china pushed crude down. among the noteworthy energy stocks also lower: oil servicing firm f.m.c. technologies falling 4.3%, energy services company halliburton was down 3.1%, and chevron fell 1.5%. chevron remains less than a dollar below its most recent 52 week high set last month. three of the five most actively traded exchange traded products made small gains. the nasdaq 100 tracking fund put in the biggest g
aggressive questioning of anita hill during the supreme court nomination learing for clarence thomas in 1991. >> well, when you say a number of things might occur, what sort of things. >> he was a ranking member who quickly climbed the political ranks to become pennsylvania's longest serving senator. >> i won the selection because of my attention to pennsylvania over 24 years. >> reporter: even before coming to congress arlen specific her already made a name for himself as philadelphia's district attorney. gaining national attention in the 1960s when he served on the warren commission which investigated the kennedy a sass anything. and he's credited with co-authoring the single bullet theory. first elected to the senate in 1980 specter won five terms until he announced he was switching parties in 2009. >> as the republican party has moved farther and farther to the right, i have found myself increasingly at odds with the republican philosophy and more in line with the philosophy of the democratic party. >> reporter: two years later he ran for re-election as a democrat and lost in the primary
the policies of the 1980. >> is the middle east to reject the terrorism lear seeing with the rising tide of tumult and attacking me is not an agenda. >> but to execute foreign policy every time you offer an opinion you are wrong. >> russia is a geopolitical foe. excuse me. geopolitical. in the same paragraph i said i ran is the greatest national security threat we face. >> mr. romney needs to look at how the military works. you mentioned the navy, fewer ships and 1916. we also have fewer horses and bayonets. the nature has changed. we have aircraft carriers where planes land on them. ships to wonder water. nuclear submarines. it is not kadima of battleship. >> the navy said they needed 313 ships. we are at 285. many be requested more. >> the sequester is something congress has proposed. it will not happen. lou: the president was mistaken. first he did not initiate or had any basis to say it will not happen. fox news reports he has not even had a conversation with john boehner about striking in the deals since july. the president was off to the fact real last night. talking about bayonets
. particular lear over supreme court nominees political fights. his career ending came in 2010 after he switched parties the year before, but he will long be remembered as an inspiration, for those who lived with illness, something we talked about back in 2005. >> you realize that you're something of a hero to a lot of people living with cancer? >> i have no apologies for having hogkins lymphoma, and i'll go right about doing my business. >> the senator lost his long fight with cancer just yesterday, with vice president joe biden among the mourners joe biden among the mourners and the subject of a criminal investigation is, looking into using campaign funds for a home investigation. the federal investigation apparently pre-dates his sudden and unexplained disappearance from congress, which was followed by a statement from office that at first he was being treated for bipolar disorder. he has not spoken publicly about this or any other matter since june. >>> and this year, an hbo movie about ethel kennedy, who has given few interviews in the past years, but this year, one of her children
. >>certainly. there is a lear tightening after the debates. implore data are you seeing the senate race tight as well? th you start to see that with the top of the ticket then you have real momentum. up until nowt is a very tight political race witho clear evidence one way or another. gerri: the president makes his sixth appearance calling the death of americans not optimal. >> if more aerans get killed in is not otimal. >> hedid not include the qution he said it is not exactly optimal. but for him to se that word in a response? [laughter] am nota oreign policy expert but the politics is the president has taken bertrand also owed to a quiet romney t task to politicizing the issue from practically before happened to get it wrong. gerri: many ople would like to debate you on that topi fox says they have 60 doments from the state department. with the three page cable from chis day bends -- evens saying he is worried about seurity he, he has concerns sounding alarms, lawlessness, violce , it is frightening. also cmpining about the security. >> this is t bi deal. one is the la of security before t
that is the one thing that our state legislature serves and congress can lear from cities. >> i always think that we he a choice between either you like those services, you keep them and pay more for them, or you cut them back. what do you do? do you do a combinaon? do you and have you advocated a combination ofsomething, are you going to charge more raise taxes in an area? were you doi? >> you do whatever you need to. we have done both. we haven't raised taxes, but our citizens who voted on a couple of occasions to invest themselves and to tax thselves, we have changed the way we deliver services. we streamline the department. neil: it's not all or nothing. a lot of democrats in washington lookout is raining and the growth of entitlement that is akin to throwing granny off the cliff. republicans look at closing credits and loopholes that allow some to escape with raising taxes and to get that dogmatic on both extremes so that nothing moves forward, and nothing gets done. >> what you find is that after a while, it's not a political issue anymore. it's a mathematical issue. you make certain c
. looks like it will be lear here for a while but it will do that and those are your temperatures in those areas, that is the biggest drop there, san francisco only 74, today 62, santa rosa is 85, today 73. from hot to cool there in two days, just two days ago it was 94, as you saw yesterday 74 and it dropped to 62 so it doesn't take long but late in the year for the fog but still there and a lot out there around 2000 feet, 50s, 60s temperatures, not moving much. when you get a breeze for some out to fairfield travis airforce base thy miles per hour, high pressure building north. we are concerned with this low spinning here and all signs point towards this low drifting towards us and being right over the bay area by sunday. it doesn't have moisture but it does have an influence on our weather with a cooler pattern, as long as that is in the picture and close now and high pressure moves out we got that and that and highs 60s and 70s and breezy for most. today good by to these after then. 60s, 70s, most, those are your temperatures in those areas. 50s, 60s, coast, city, south san francisco a
there with a fellow and king lear. marvelous book. i read children's books on airplanes. on a flight to los angeles from boston. and gave me the strangest looks. he was reading the wall street journal. i noticed he kept peeking at my book to trade with him and this book could save your soul. in stead pineapple got these horrible tictac phonics readers. i am not opposed to phonics. i used to teach -- i encourage teachers to use phonics selectively for specific children in instances where they need it -- these book -- these are the books, the kind of folks created -- sort of crazy people in this country about phonics. there is a woman in arizona -- a lot of strange people in arizona. i am going to be there in three days so i hope they don't see the tape of this but there is a woman in arizona, every time i speak even when i went out to phoenix and spoke about the homeless families comes up to me at the end as though there was a secret between us and whispers to me phonics. i call her the fanatic fanatics from phoenix. pineapple was given this book, the first book in the series. no pictures. no lovely
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't... and it's just fantastic. the environment that armondo creates for learing this stuff. he gave me the confidence to even believe that i could do this and his methodological approach to teaching is just fantastic, it's step by step. i'm one of those people that needs 99% of the information before i think i can do it. and and act on it. and he provided all that. the teaching really does go back to the basics you know abcs, 123s it makes it very easy to understand and very easy to progress quickly. before learning armando's techniques and strategies we hadn't had any real estate experience except for buying our own home. from there we made our 1st deal and we thank armando and his techniques and strategies. any skeptism about it, the techniques are anything but and there's a program and his techniques lay it to rest because this is the real deal. we had a great time. it'e been a blast. we've learned so much from the techniques like my wife was just sayin' it's been wonderful. team ramando! weboth sold this property, he walked away we got another property, you've got to go to the semi
though the problem is c lear, they expect it to continue. >>> we are tracking news on bart this morning. it was a piece of equipment that was on the tracks. currently they are talking about major delays and that could mean over 30 minutes from the east bay into san francisco and it could affect all east routes app and out to the airport. while those delays may not be major, the delays may persist. >>> good morning. we have some cloud cover to talk about right now. the fog bank back here in the forecast. cooler conditions as we head into the afternoon. we may squeeze out a few low 80s but most locations in the 60s and the 70s. we have the potential for wet weather as early as this w eekend. >>> we're going to take a quick look at some of the debate last night. the presidential debate, the first one happened and they matched up fairly well. >> there weren't any big giant daggers thrown, it was not overly hostile. romney and obama traded some jabs on how to bring jobs back to america. the candidates talked about where mitt romney would make c uts if he was elected. >> obama care is on my
of these two he people and one of them is oscar pestoria i love his story and norman lear and i got a chance to talk to him. >> rose: the television producer and creator of all in the family and jeffersons. >> oh, just brilliant, brilliant guy who had this remarkable life. >> rose: he is like 90 something. >> yes, he is wring h memoirs and said he is at 600 pages a and only up to the 1980s and said it has been a great life and ends the conversation with to be continued which i thought was so fascinating, so there is a lot more to be continued. i am not ready yet at 43 i am starting to realize that because because what i don't want to happen is wake up and be 65 and realize i have missed all of those years working my way through it. >> rose: yeah. >> yeah. because it is really possible and because i have so much trauma in childhood i was always pulling myself down into the moment and know thousand float above things so i have all of these great moments in life i floated above so i am always pulling myself down and enjoy this moment, it is real, have a good time in it. >> rose: you have earned
since day one. they've been lear when we weren't doing good. especially the losing seasons we sat here and they battled lieu it all. and you know, they're right here celebrating with us. this is a win for us. this is a win for them. >> that is the thing. this is not a cake walk. we knew at the beginning of the year, they had some injuries. steven straussberg debate. whether or not we be able to pitch. he has been shut down. who knows, maybe if he can come back in the playoffs but the hot ticket in town right now, the new shirts. and everybody is trying to get a hold of. we got them here. and i know melanie alnwick has them at modell's, so mel, how are sales so far? i guess they got to be brisk this morning. >> well, you're right, dave. we've actually seen a quite a handful of customers coming in this morning. i think nationals fans really knew they wanted to hold out for these. the official championship shirts. because over on this back wall here, there is some post season shirts. those came out when the nationals actually clinched that wildcard. but those didn't sell too well. this is
is founder and head the norman lear center at the university of southern california's annenberg school for communication and eaurnalism. the center focus on the bustling intersection of show business and politics.e he's been a producer and screenwriter as well as a speechwriter for then vice president walter mondale and a colleague of the late u.s. commissioner of education ernest boyer. welcome to you both. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> kathleen, the last time you were here you said all we've got left in the search for truth and knowledge is the debate. all right, are you satisfied now? >> no, we did not get an answer to the question that i wanted answered, which is "what are the sacrifices you're going to ask of us?no where are you going to get the mon that weweeed in a way thatee won't tank the economy, that will incease the likelihood of economic growth?" and so, the problem now facing a the country and the candidates is we're going to elect a candidate who is going to govern by asking us to make choices that we haven't anticipated. and as a result, we're going to feel betrayed to
, surpassed by ale, google and others in recent lears. some question its ability to innovate. now, microsoft is facing a pivotal moment and a crucial test, as ray suarez reports. ( applause ) >> it really is an exciting, exciting day. >> suarez: like other c.e.o.s, microsoft's steve ballmer often tries to generate buzz with his product launches. but the company's big event in new york yesterday had a different vibe. the company's well-known operating system, now called widows 8, is getting its biggest makeover in nearly two decades for the first time, windows' design is built around touch-8, screen capabilities and utilizes "apps" similar to its competitors that microsoft calls "live tiles the software went on sale today as part of a global launch in countries like japaand china. the company is aiming directlyja at the mobile device market. >> what we've done is actually re-imagined ndows, andnee'vee' re-imagined essentially the whole p.c. industry. in addition to notebooks and desktops, we introduced the p.c. as tablet, which i think will be phenomenal. >> suarez: microsoft still dominates
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